The Resource Crucible of Race : Black-White Relations in the American South Since Emancipation

Crucible of Race : Black-White Relations in the American South Since Emancipation

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Crucible of Race : Black-White Relations in the American South Since Emancipation
Title
Crucible of Race
Title remainder
Black-White Relations in the American South Since Emancipation
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Language
eng
Summary
"Black/White Relations in the American South since Emancipation". Winner of the Parkman Prize of The Society of American Historians
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Williamson, Joel
LC call number
E185.61 -- .W738 1984eb
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non fiction
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  • African Americans -- Civil rights -- Southern States
  • African Americans -- Southern States -- History
  • Southern States -- Race relations
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Crucible of Race : Black-White Relations in the American South Since Emancipation
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http://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/multco/detail.action?docID=272864
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multicolored
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Contents
  • Contents -- Introduction -- PART ONE: SLAVERY AND AFTER, TO 1889 -- I. The Genesis of the Organic Society -- 1. Between Two Worlds -- 2. The Hard-Soft Period of Slavery -- 3. The Organic Society -- 4. Black Culture -- 5. A Fusion of Cultures and Colors -- II. Black Life in the South, 1865-1915 -- 1. Black Reconstruction -- 2. Disengagement and Alienation -- 3. The Feudalization of Black Life -- 4. Nobody's Negro -- 5. Charles W. Chesnutt -- 6. Variously Black -- 7. Definition: Washington and DuBois -- III. The Conservative Restoration and the Liberal Revolt -- 1. White Reconstruction -- 2. The Liberal Revolt-Paternalism Revisited -- 3. Atticus Greene Haygood and Churchly Liberalism -- 4. George Washington Cable and Secular Liberalism -- 5. Critiques of Liberalism-New South and Old -- 6. Referendum on Race: The Open Letter Club -- 7. Summation -- PART TWO: THE RAGE OF RADICALISM, 1889-1915 -- IV. The Rise of the Radicals -- 1. Radical Thinking -- 2. Radical Thinkers -- 3. Rebecca Latimer Felton: Thought and Action -- 4. Benjamin Ryan Tillman -- V. Thomas Dixon and The Leopard's Spots -- 1. The Leopard's Spots as the Radical Message -- 2. Thomas Dixon, Jr., a Biography -- 3. Thomas Dixon's Complaint -- 4. Why Thomas Dixon Wrote The Leopard's Spots and Its Sequels -- 5. Other Radical Leaders -- VI. In Violence Veritas -- 1. Popular Radicalism -- 2. Lynching -- 3. Rioting -- 4. The Wilmington Riot -- 5. The Robert Charles Riot in New Orleans -- 6. The Causes of the Atlanta Riot -- 7. The Atlanta Riot -- 8. Aftermath -- VII. Depoliticalization and the Separation of the Races -- 1. Disfranchisement -- 2. Disfranchisement in Virginia -- 3. Disfranchisement in Oklahoma and Elsewhere -- 4. Emotional Disfranchisement -- 5. The Separation of the Races -- 6. The Separation of Cultures -- VIII. The Conservative Response to Radicalism -- 1. The Sledd Case
  • 2. The Bassett Case -- 3. The Alienation of the Conservative Activist -- 4. The Retreats of Conservatism: Education -- 5. The Retreats of Conservatism: Religion -- 6. The Retreats of Conservatism: Conclusion -- IX. The Crucible of Race -- 1. The Philosophical Dichotomy -- 2. The One-Shot Style of Southern Leadership-with William J. Northen as an Exception -- 3. The Grit Thesis: A Class Interpretation of Extreme Racism -- 4. Other Radical-Conservative Dichotomies -- 5. Why Some Leaders Became Radicals -- 6. An Unreal World: Race and Sex in the Modern South -- 7. The Bible Belt -- 8. The Central Theme of Southern History -- 9. Consequences -- PART THREE: THE NORTH AND THE NEGRO, 1889-1915 -- X. The North and the Negro in the South -- 1. Northern Support of Black Schools in the South -- 2. Southern Racial Missionaries to the North -- 3. Race and Reunion -- 4. The Northern Capitulation to Racism -- XI. Northern Republicans and Southern Race Relations, 1895-1912 -- 1. Hanna and McKinley Discover Separate and Equal -- 2. Theodore Roosevelt and Southern Politics -- 3. Taft and the Lily-White South -- 4. The Demise of Black Republicanism in the South -- XII. Radical Swan Song: Radicalism and Conservatism in Washington under Woodrow Wilson -- 1. The Wilsonian Racial Solution -- 2. Radical Segregation in the Wilson Administration -- 3. The Black Reaction: The NAACP in the Nation's Capital -- 4. The Black Response in the Nation at Large -- 5. Radicals vs. Conservatives within the Wilson Administration -- 6. The Wilsonian Racial Settlement -- PART FOUR: SOUL FOLK -- XIII. The Souls of Black Folk -- 1. Du Bois on Black Soul -- 2. Du Boisian Thought as Hegelian -- 3. How Du Bois Became a Hegelian -- 4. Du Boisian Action as Hegelian -- XIV. White Soul -- 1. Edgar Gardner Murphy as a Prime Spokesman for Volksgeistian Conservatism
  • 2. Democracy and Education in the New South -- 3. The Industrial Revolution in the South: For Whites Only -- 4. Old South Idealism Brought into the New -- 5. The White Communion -- 6. The New Orthodoxy -- XV. Legacy: Race Relations in the Twentieth-Century South -- 1. The White South Loses the Black Problem -- 2. The Paranoid Style in the Twentieth-Century South -- 3. The Unreal South -- 4. Southern White Liberals in the Twentieth Century -- 5. The Three Faces of Eve -- 6. Black Breakout -- 7. The Conservative Resurgence -- Conclusion -- The Great Changeover: An Interpretation of White Culture and Race Relations in the American South -- Notes -- Index -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J -- K -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- R -- S -- T -- U -- V -- W -- Y
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EBC272864
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1 online resource (582 pages)
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online
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9780198020493
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computer
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c
Note
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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  • (MiAaPQ)EBC272864
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL272864
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10278820
  • (CaONFJC)MIL52294
  • (OCoLC)466428389
Label
Crucible of Race : Black-White Relations in the American South Since Emancipation
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http://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/multco/detail.action?docID=272864
Publication
Copyright
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online resource
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cr
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Contents -- Introduction -- PART ONE: SLAVERY AND AFTER, TO 1889 -- I. The Genesis of the Organic Society -- 1. Between Two Worlds -- 2. The Hard-Soft Period of Slavery -- 3. The Organic Society -- 4. Black Culture -- 5. A Fusion of Cultures and Colors -- II. Black Life in the South, 1865-1915 -- 1. Black Reconstruction -- 2. Disengagement and Alienation -- 3. The Feudalization of Black Life -- 4. Nobody's Negro -- 5. Charles W. Chesnutt -- 6. Variously Black -- 7. Definition: Washington and DuBois -- III. The Conservative Restoration and the Liberal Revolt -- 1. White Reconstruction -- 2. The Liberal Revolt-Paternalism Revisited -- 3. Atticus Greene Haygood and Churchly Liberalism -- 4. George Washington Cable and Secular Liberalism -- 5. Critiques of Liberalism-New South and Old -- 6. Referendum on Race: The Open Letter Club -- 7. Summation -- PART TWO: THE RAGE OF RADICALISM, 1889-1915 -- IV. The Rise of the Radicals -- 1. Radical Thinking -- 2. Radical Thinkers -- 3. Rebecca Latimer Felton: Thought and Action -- 4. Benjamin Ryan Tillman -- V. Thomas Dixon and The Leopard's Spots -- 1. The Leopard's Spots as the Radical Message -- 2. Thomas Dixon, Jr., a Biography -- 3. Thomas Dixon's Complaint -- 4. Why Thomas Dixon Wrote The Leopard's Spots and Its Sequels -- 5. Other Radical Leaders -- VI. In Violence Veritas -- 1. Popular Radicalism -- 2. Lynching -- 3. Rioting -- 4. The Wilmington Riot -- 5. The Robert Charles Riot in New Orleans -- 6. The Causes of the Atlanta Riot -- 7. The Atlanta Riot -- 8. Aftermath -- VII. Depoliticalization and the Separation of the Races -- 1. Disfranchisement -- 2. Disfranchisement in Virginia -- 3. Disfranchisement in Oklahoma and Elsewhere -- 4. Emotional Disfranchisement -- 5. The Separation of the Races -- 6. The Separation of Cultures -- VIII. The Conservative Response to Radicalism -- 1. The Sledd Case
  • 2. The Bassett Case -- 3. The Alienation of the Conservative Activist -- 4. The Retreats of Conservatism: Education -- 5. The Retreats of Conservatism: Religion -- 6. The Retreats of Conservatism: Conclusion -- IX. The Crucible of Race -- 1. The Philosophical Dichotomy -- 2. The One-Shot Style of Southern Leadership-with William J. Northen as an Exception -- 3. The Grit Thesis: A Class Interpretation of Extreme Racism -- 4. Other Radical-Conservative Dichotomies -- 5. Why Some Leaders Became Radicals -- 6. An Unreal World: Race and Sex in the Modern South -- 7. The Bible Belt -- 8. The Central Theme of Southern History -- 9. Consequences -- PART THREE: THE NORTH AND THE NEGRO, 1889-1915 -- X. The North and the Negro in the South -- 1. Northern Support of Black Schools in the South -- 2. Southern Racial Missionaries to the North -- 3. Race and Reunion -- 4. The Northern Capitulation to Racism -- XI. Northern Republicans and Southern Race Relations, 1895-1912 -- 1. Hanna and McKinley Discover Separate and Equal -- 2. Theodore Roosevelt and Southern Politics -- 3. Taft and the Lily-White South -- 4. The Demise of Black Republicanism in the South -- XII. Radical Swan Song: Radicalism and Conservatism in Washington under Woodrow Wilson -- 1. The Wilsonian Racial Solution -- 2. Radical Segregation in the Wilson Administration -- 3. The Black Reaction: The NAACP in the Nation's Capital -- 4. The Black Response in the Nation at Large -- 5. Radicals vs. Conservatives within the Wilson Administration -- 6. The Wilsonian Racial Settlement -- PART FOUR: SOUL FOLK -- XIII. The Souls of Black Folk -- 1. Du Bois on Black Soul -- 2. Du Boisian Thought as Hegelian -- 3. How Du Bois Became a Hegelian -- 4. Du Boisian Action as Hegelian -- XIV. White Soul -- 1. Edgar Gardner Murphy as a Prime Spokesman for Volksgeistian Conservatism
  • 2. Democracy and Education in the New South -- 3. The Industrial Revolution in the South: For Whites Only -- 4. Old South Idealism Brought into the New -- 5. The White Communion -- 6. The New Orthodoxy -- XV. Legacy: Race Relations in the Twentieth-Century South -- 1. The White South Loses the Black Problem -- 2. The Paranoid Style in the Twentieth-Century South -- 3. The Unreal South -- 4. Southern White Liberals in the Twentieth Century -- 5. The Three Faces of Eve -- 6. Black Breakout -- 7. The Conservative Resurgence -- Conclusion -- The Great Changeover: An Interpretation of White Culture and Race Relations in the American South -- Notes -- Index -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J -- K -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- R -- S -- T -- U -- V -- W -- Y
Control code
EBC272864
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (582 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780198020493
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Note
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
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  • (MiAaPQ)EBC272864
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL272864
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10278820
  • (CaONFJC)MIL52294
  • (OCoLC)466428389

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